KALSI GROUP REVEALS WINNER OF NMBS PRIZE DRAW

Published:  16 July, 2015

This year’s NMBS exhibition saw low maintenance building products manufacturer, Kalsi Group offer visitors a chance to win a supply of drainage products worth in excess of £2000. Chalford Building Supplies was the lucky winner, scooping a cache from the manufacturer’s Aquaflow range.

Chalford Building Supplies managing director, Matthew Creed (pictured left) was ‘ecstatic to win’ and ‘excited’ to take delivery of the drainage products. Richard Godwin presented the prize on behalf of Kalsi Group.

Kalsi Group has worked with the Stroud-based builders’ merchant for the past eight years. “We’re proud to work in partnership with businesses like Chalford,” comments Richard Godwin, Southern Regional Manager Kalsi Group. “We’ve worked closely with Matt and his team for nearly a decade now; growing and developing their product range, adapting to the demands of their customer base and helping them to draw on new opportunities and leads. We’re very pleased to have presented Chalford Building Supplies with the prize; we’re sure that it will be of a great benefit to them. ”

Established in 1971, Chalford Building Supplies is a family run business employing over 30 staff. Based on Chalford Industrial Estate in Stroud, Gloucestershire the business occupies a former walking stick factory, once the largest of its kind in the world.

For more information on Kalsi Group visit www.kalsiplastics.co.uk, call 0121 693 0373 or email sales@kalsiplastics.co.uk. To keep up to date with company news and views follow @KalsiPlastics and find us on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.

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